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  1. #1
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    Default Wooden Vanity Countertop

    I am thinking of replacing my bathroom vanity with a more custom piece of furniture. I am wanting to have a wooden countertop. Has anyone had experience with wooden bathroom countertops? Are there any products that you have used to seal the wood and how has it held up?

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    Default Re: Wooden Vanity Countertop

    I use a good polyurethane . The main thing to remember is to seal all sides including the cutouts. With a little buffing it can be top coated as the need arises. My experience has been about every 3 years. A lot of people recommend epoxy coating but I have found that it is to hard to repair if there is damage or to remove if you wish to refinish. JMHO
    Jack
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    Default Re: Wooden Vanity Countertop

    Yes i used.However i suggest that any unwanted water or wet is eliminated as soon as possible.

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